The College of Engineering and Applied Science awards more than $3.9 million in scholarships annually to reward high-achieving students and ease the financial burden on themselves and their families. These scholarships are made possible through private gifts to the college, and they can be used to supplement university scholarships and financial aid packages.
While some merit scholarships within the CEAS are offered under automatic consideration, others require active student application. Students should visit the CEAS Engineering Scholarships webpage for more information on scholarship opportunities for new freshman, transfer students and sophomores/upperclassmen. For more information on scholarships for new or current engineering students, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you a CU Teach Engineering student? CU Teach Engineering students are eligible to earn $31K (for your last 5 semesters) with the CU Teach Engineering Bechtel Scholarship. It is offered to CU Teach Engineering students ONLY. See if you meet the requirements for the CU Teach Engineering Bechtel Scholarship today! Also check out the list of available scholarships through the CU Teach program.